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Ever since seeing Kena: Bridge of Spirits back in June 2020 it instantly gave off Jak & Daxter and Zelda vibes with a Pixar or DreamWorks visual. Big shoes to fill, so does Kena manage to raise a bridge to greatness or simply crash and burn? Let’s kick off with the visuals, they look fantastic,...

The Sniper series has always been a specialised genre for a specific fan and sub-sect of stealth gameplay. Sniping has always been simple, but the...

My first ever console was the Sega Master System II, so I am very familiar with Alex Kidd in Miracle World. Booting up the console without a game...

I have been playing the Ratchet & Clank games since the first game back in 2002 and every time I am amazed how close they get to Pixar quality...

Reviews scores are usually subjective, but when it comes to EDGE magazine who knows?! Below are the latest scores from issue 359 of the EDGE magazine: Resident...

Game development is tricky and complicated at the best of times, but add a pandemic into the mix and a whole slew of problems can arise. You’d...

Have you ever wanted to play Zelda Breath of the Wild on a PlayStation, but you also want hints of Assassins Creed and the Greek mythology of God...

The Spider-Man game for the PS4 was the best Spider-Man game and up there to be contested as the best superhero game, coming very close to the Batman...

To call Bugsnax a bit weird would be an understatement. From the announcement alone we are able to gleam this, but it gets weirder somehow bringing...

Mortal Kombat is one of the rare franchises that survived the 16-bit era and five console generations later it is still going strong. The violence...

The Katamari Damacy premise has been unchanged ever since it began in 2004. Maintaining the classic adage “if is ain’t broke, don’t...

Another holiday season arrives and with it another Assassin’s Creed game. This is the 12th game in the series if you don’t count the smaller...

We reviewed Dirt 5 a few weeks ago on the PS4, so to save you some time, here are the main highlights of the PS5 version with the old review below. It...

You don’t see many pack in titles from Sony or Microsoft, but it is something Nintendo and Sega were doing to help sell you on their new consoles....

In a world where couch multiplayer is becoming a rarity, Lunch-A-Palooza breaks the mould and enters the fray with 4 player single screen multiplayer...